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‘Informed Consent’ Evidence Excluded (access required)

In a plaintiff’s suit alleging malpractice by three ophthalmologists, a Danville U.S. District Court says evidence of plaintiff’s informed consent to the cataract surgery is not relevant and will be excluded, and evidence of known complications may be used only to support the contention that a complication may arise even if a surgery is performed ...

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